Preparing for Thanksgiving doesn't have to be stressful. It can be a lot of fun. You just have to prepare properly and hire the right people to help out.
In part one of our two-part series we examine a few ways to reduce your Thanksgiving anxiousness.
1. Hire a chef
Let's just simplify everything by hiring a chef, shall we? Think about everything you have to do for Thanksgiving. Imagine if you could take cooking off of your to-do list and hand it over to a professional?
All of the chefs employed through Colonial Domestic have years of experience and can cook a range of different meals. Their time management is also impeccable so you can ensure you and your family are eating on time.
2. Make a plan
Even if you hire a chef to cook your meal, there is still a lot to do. You might have to make travel arrangements for your in-laws, clean the home and make sure your big screen TV is ready for Thanksgiving football. All the while, you still have to go about your daily life, dropping the kids off at school and heading to work all day.
Map out your November to reduce stress.
Maybe you've hired a chef and realized that was a great move. You feel much less stressed out. But after sitting down to map out your November, you feel anxiety sweep over you again. Manage this by hiring a personal assistant who can do everything from organizing your get-together to arranging travel plans for your family.